With apps to help lawyers take notes while on-the-go, automate your follow-up emails like a seasoned networking pro, and manage your to-do list like a medieval warrior. Wait, what? In this episode of the Legal Technology Review Podcast, the best new apps for lawyers released in December 2015.
For most lawyers and law firms, your business is local. So when you're setting up your online marketing efforts, you need to think about more than how your website and social media compares with other law firms around the globe. Your Local SEO ranking, or how your website matches against your local competitors, determines whether you'll appear above or below (or not at all) the competition on a Google search. Fortunately, we have a ringer here to help you. In this episode of the Legal Technology Review, I talk to digital marketing expert Jason Marsh about what lawyers and law firms can do to improve their local SEO. Fortunately, there are 4 key things...
The best new mobile apps for lawyers and law firms, for IOS, Android, and Windows Phone, released in November 2015. With apps for task management, email organization, social media marketing, and one really cool app if you're curious where the nearest cell phone tower is!
The Paperless Law Firm, the unicorn of the professional world - creature of myth, impossible to capture. Well, almost impossible. In this episode of the Legal Technology Review Podcast, Justin Nifong, founder of NK Patent Law, talks about how his law firm saves $5,000 every month with a paperless office.
As lawyers, we are an incredibly self-destructive bunch. Not only does the stress of our profession lead many of our ranks to alcoholism, drug abuse, and mental illness, but we're not great at finding ways to take care of ourselves to mitigate the stress. On this episode of the Legal Technology Review, I talk with Jeena Cho about how she turned a diagnosis of anxiety into a way to teach lawyers about the benefits of practicing mindfulness and meditation. If you've never participated in a guided meditation, you're not going to want to miss this!
You've spent a bunch of money to improve your law firm's online marketing, including investing in a shiny new website from the expensive consultants you just hired. You use the SEO tricks they showed you, you've even started a blog. Why aren't people visiting your site? In today's episode of the Legal Technology Review, I talk with Dan Weeks, creator of Lawyer Marketing Score, a company with a product that can tell you what you're doing right, what you're doing wrong, and whether your expensive consultants and web designers are full of it!
The best new apps for lawyers released in September 2015, for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Great apps and updates to help lawyers and law firms collaborate on documents and projects, communicate securely with their team, manage meetings and calendar appointments, and more.
The tools we use for legal research haven't changed much in the last 20 years. In today's episode, Daniel Lewis, founder and CEO of Ravel Law, tells you why he thinks that's such a problem and how his company aims to solve it. There's a ton of data out there, and finding what you need can be dreary and disheartening, when it can be done at all. However, through the power of Data Visualization, Ravel Law might just change the way you look at legal research!
Whether you're a fan or not, the release of the Apple Watch earlier this year was a critical moment in the development of wearable technology. In this podcast, I talk with New York attorney and technology evangelist Nicole Black about her experiences with Google Glass and Apple Watch, and how wearable technology will impact, and alter, the practice of law. Plus, who will win the OS battle - Android Wear or WatchOS?
In this episode of the Legal Technology Review Podcast, we review the best new mobile apps for lawyers, released for iOS, Android and Windows Phone. If you're a user of either the Apple Watch or Android Wear, there are definitely some apps for you to take a look at!